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Madhya Pradesh: Jyotiraditya’s son Mahanaryaman trolled by Congress supporters for being proud of his father

Some are calling the 24-year-old a 'rich teenager' who has 'neither qualifications nor knowledge' in their bid to troll the youngster.

Political upheaval is underway in Madhya Pradesh. Senior Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia has quit the party and 22 MLAs have submitted their resignations following his lead. He is expected to join the Bharatiya Janata Party and his aunt, who is already in the BJP, has called it a ‘Gharwapsi’. Jyotiraditya’s father had himself started his political journey from the Jan Sangh, the predecessor to the BJP which was patronized by his grandmother. Meanwhile, Jyotiraditya’s son Mahanaryaman Scindia has said that he is proud of his father for ‘taking a stand’.

He said, “History can speak for itself when I say my family has never been power hungry. As promised we will make an impactful change in India and Madhya Pradesh wherever our future lies.”

However, Congress sympathizers and supporters have taken to trolling Mahanaryaman for standing by his father.

Some are calling the 24-year-old a ‘rich teenager’ who has ‘neither qualifications nor knowledge’ in their bid to troll the youngster.

Others accused Jyotiraditya Scindia of ‘cutting deals’ with the BJP, ignoring the fact that he was sidelined for the post of Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister by the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty.

Others also resorted to trolling Vir Sanghvi, who keeps blocking people if the word ‘Radia’ is ever mentioned in connection to him, for offering words of encouragement to the youngster.

Jyotiraditya Scindia submitted his resignation to Congress supremo on the 9th of March. After he submitted his resignation, the Congress party decided to expel him from the party. In Madhya Pradesh, the return of Shivraj Singh ‘Mamaji’ Chauhan to the seat of Chief Minister appears imminent.

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